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WDC Fundraiser & Meeting, May 25, 2014

Please make plans to join members, friends, and the board of FROG in Washington DC May 24-25 for a a general meeting and a fundraiser. Fundraiser Sunday, May 25th, starting at 6 pm Local 16, 1602 U St NW, DC $5 drink specials for first hour 10% of net sales from bar donated to FROG […]

 

Peace Corps Week – Feb. 23 – Mar. 1, 2014

Learn more and get involved in Peace Corps Week in your area.

 

Corps Stories – ‘Who I was, who we are’ – Patriciafaye Marshall, GUY 1

FROG had the great pleasure to interview GUY 1 member Patriciafaye Marshall about her experience in Guyana. Here is the second installment of her interview. Patriciafaye Marshall Group: GUY 1 Location: Lethem and Bartica Type of Volunteer: Education What did you learn from your Peace Corps experience? I really think that just going with the flow and being […]

 
Corps Stories – The ‘Snake People’ of Bartica – Patriciafaye Marshall, GUY 1

Corps Stories – The ‘Snake People’ of Bartica – Patriciafaye Marshall, GUY 1

FROG had the great pleasure to interview GUY 1 member Patriciafaye Marshall about her experience in Guyana. Below is the first installment of her two part interview. Patriciafaye Marshall Group: GUY 1 Location: Lethem and Bartica Type of Volunteer: Education   Where did you live in Guyana? Can you describe your experience? We lived in Lethem and […]

 

Corps Stories – An “Exotic Existence” – William Marshall, GUY 1

William Marshall GUY Group: GUY 1 Guyana Site: Lethem & Bartica Type of Volunteer: Education   1.      What have you been up to since you finished Peace Corps? Since it’s been over 40 years that I was a PCV…I guess you could say I’ve lived the majority of my life.  2.      What do you miss most […]

 
Mike Geurink, We Couldn’t Have Done It Without You

Mike Geurink, We Couldn’t Have Done It Without You

On behalf of the Friends and RPCVs of Guyana community, we would like to thank Mike Geurink for all that he’s done in the last two years as FROG President. Without his leadership and hard work, FROG wouldn’t be where it is today – a growing organization that consistently gives back to the people of […]

 
RPCV Highlight – Mark Hejinian, GUY 17

RPCV Highlight – Mark Hejinian, GUY 17

Name: Mark Hejinian GUY Group: Guy17 Guyana Site: Affiance, Essequibo Coast Type of Volunteer: Health (and whatever else came my way) 1. What have you been up to since you finished Peace Corps? After COSing in April 2008, I started law school at Georgetown University Law Center. I’m about to start my third and final […]

 
RPCV Highlight – Hope Wall, GUY 11

RPCV Highlight – Hope Wall, GUY 11

Name: Hope Wall GUY Group: 11 Guyana Site: Wakapoa Type of Volunteer: Health 1. What have you been up to since you finished Peace Corps? Working with Doctors Without Borders (Medecins Sans Frontieres – MSF) 2. What do you miss most about Guyana and your Peace Corps experience? Without a doubt my community – I […]

 
RPCV Highlight – Tim Delaney, GUY 12

RPCV Highlight – Tim Delaney, GUY 12

Name: Tim Delaney GUY Group: GUY 12 Guyana Site: Dartmouth Type of Volunteer: Education 1. What have you been up to since you finished Peace Corps? After I finished my 3rd year in Guyana in 2006 I spent a few months at home in Buffalo, both looking for jobs in Africa and helping with the […]

 
RPCV Highlight – Jason Rosen, GUY 3

RPCV Highlight – Jason Rosen, GUY 3

Name: Jason Rosen GUY Group: GUY 3 Guyana Site: Bartica, Georgetown Type of Volunteer: Urban Youth Development, Prison Reform and supporting the Guyana Olympic Association What have you been up to since you finished Peace Corps? Well, its been almost 11 years since my COS, and in that time I basically have been working in […]